Goodbye In French

How To Say Goodbye In French In Different Ways

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There are many different ways to say goodbye in French.

Formally, “Au revoir” is the best way to say goodbye. However, there are several alternatives:

– À demain! = see you tomorrow!

– On se voit demain ! = See you tomorrow! (=We will see each other tomorrow).

– Je te téléphone demain ! = I’ll call you tomorrow.

– J’te contacte demain ! – I’ll contact you tomorrow. (note that this one is informal)

– à plus tard ! = later!

– à bientôt ! = see you soon!/see ya!/bye! (informal)

– à plus ! = later! (informal, but less informal than “à bientôt”)

– bye bye !

– Salut ! = Hi!/Bye!/See ya! (informal. Note that this is a word and thus does not require a capital letter at the beginning.)

– Encore merci ! = Thanks again!/Thanks for everything!

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– Merci pour ce moment ! = Thanks for this moment!

– C’était un plaisir d’être avec vous ! = It was a pleasure being with you!

– Je suis désolée d’avoir à partir si tôt ! = I’m sorry that I have to leave so early!/I’m sorry for having to leave so soon!

– Adieu! = Goodbye! (note that this one is either very formal and/or religious.)

– À bientôt ! = See you later!/Bye!/Here we go again!/See ya! (informal)

– Salut! = Bye!/See ya!(informal)

– Bon vent! = Have a nice trip/journey (literally: good wind)! (Note that “bon” means “good”, “bonne” means “good [f.]”. The article used before the adjective depends on whether you’re speaking about a male or a female.)

– Joyeux Noël ! = Merry Christmas!

– Bonne année ! = Happy New Year!/Happy New Year’s to you too! (Spoken when seeing somebody at midnight on December 31st)

– Bonne fête ! = Have a good celebration/birthday!/Merry Christmas!/Happy Easter! (Note that “bonne” means “good [f.]”, the article used before the adjective depends on whether you’re speaking about a male or a female.)

– Journée de ménage à la maison ce weekend. Je te tiens au courant pour l’anniversaire de lundi soir, ok ? = House cleaning day this weekend at home. I’ll keep you posted on the luchtime birthday, ok?

– Merci pour tout! = Thanks for everything! (Literally: Thank you for all!)

– Je suis désolée de devoir partir si tôt! = I’m sorry to have to leave so early!/I’m sorry that I have to leave so soon! (note that “avoir” is used here because the person who is apologizing has to go somewhere else).

– Bonne fin de semaine! = Have a good weekend!/Happy week end!/Have fun at work this week end! (Note that “bonne” means “good [f.]”, the article used before the adjective depends on whether it’s a male or a female).

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